Church Music

The Choir
The Choir of All Saints' sings at the two principal Sunday services throughout the year. Comprised of volunteers and semi-professional Lay Clerks, the Choir performs a wide variety of liturgical music to a high standard for Sung Eucharist, Choral Evensong, and, once a month, Choral Matins. The Choir is happy to welcome volunteers, who ideally possess competent sight-singing ability, as rehearsals currently take place immediately prior to each service; for further information, or to set up an informal audition, please contact the Director of Music by email.

Director of Music
The present Director of Music is Rory Moules. Rory is an organist and choral director. Having completed degrees and held the position of organ scholar at The Queen’s and Keble Colleges, Oxford, Rory is now Director of Music at Corpus Christi College and All Saints’, Headington. Rory is also Development, Alumni & Music Trust Intern at Christ Church, Oxford.
As a solo organist recent recital venues have included Keble, Merton and Exeter Colleges. Alongside a busy schedule of solo organ recitals Rory is also active as a collaborative musician, in particular as a continuo player and piano accompanist.
Having previously studied the organ with Christopher Tambling, David Bednall and Matthew Martin, Rory currently is taught by Stephen Farr. Rory is an Associate of the Royal College of Organists.

Julian Littlewood is musician, musicologist and graphic designer. He is organist at All Saints' church and Wadham College, and works frequently with other choirs and musicians. He read music at St Peter's College, Oxford before taking a PhD in music analysis at King's College, London. His academic publications include “The Variations of Johannes Brahms” (author) and “All the Gods: Britten’s ‘Nightpiece’ in context” (editor). In recent years he’s moved more to graphic design, and works on book design for Oxford University Press.